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Hillarys possible quid pro quos with Muslims in and surrounding White House

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The email plot thickens with news that Hillary Clinton's deputy chief of staff also used a private email account on the Clintons' server to conduct government business. Huma Abedin, perhaps best remembered as the wife of disgraced former congressman Anthony Wiener, is a longtime Hillary friend and confidante may be involed in the email plot as well.  Foreign contributions to the Clinton Foundation — including from governments and sources which might not have our best interests at heart, during and after Clinton's tenure as secretary of state — are raising questions about conflicts of interest and possible quid pro quos. The Muslim Brotherhood took power in Egypt with the Obama administration's approval after it had all but abandoned the government of Hosni Mubarak, a long-time ally and friend. It was while Huma Abedin was advising Hillary that State dropped its long-standing policy of having no dealings with the Muslim Brotherhood. But if, as President Obama has asserted, ISIS and its ilk are not Islamic, then why must the president feel compelled to defend Islam?  

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